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  1. Thank you for sharing!! Great thoughts here! And great timing for me!! Just this morning I finished “Building Better Families” in audio book by Matthew Kelly. My new motto/daily question is “Are you becoming the best version of yourself?”. I feel like this really goes along with that! :)

  2. Natalie

    I agree that Rep. Wessel-Kroeschell’s comments were clumsy and unfortunate. Of course none of us know our limits, and it’s stupid for her to try to speak for all women. But some of the issues she brought up are real challenges. Think how much more challenging these issues are if the mother is a teen, unwed or living in poverty.
    How about if someone’s not a believer? I don’t understand how we can say that someone is, “addicted to herself” for not trusting God when she may have no (conscious) experience of His care.
    It’s not that mothers are buying into “propaganda;” it’s that some pregnant women are in such desperate situations that they see abortion as their only option. Isn’t that what we should be concerned about?

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